Primary school pupil is inspired by what she can see in a VR headset

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is playing an ever greater role in our everyday lives – and the education sector is no exception.

It’s not only helping to reshape the way teachers convey information to students and how students engage with it, AI holds tremendous potential to reshape education and to unlock new opportunities for learners of all ages and abilities.

And we’re not just talking about deploying virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to help bring pupils closer to the topics they are studying.

Ever-evolving AI like ChatGPT, for example, can be used incredibly effectively to significantly reduce teacher workloads as well as to facilitate a more individualised and inclusive learning environment.

It can not only act as a virtual assistant to help teachers complete an array of task in minutes from answering questions, creating content and developing quizzes, to swiftly and efficiently sourcing additional teaching resources to support classroom instruction.

But it can also offer incredible support for SEN students and those with language barriers as it can provide real-time language translations/alternative formats, and even read text out for pupils with special learning needs.

However, while AI technologies like ChatGPT offer significant benefits, they should be seen as complementary tool. Collaboration between AI and human educators is key to realising the full potential of AI in education.

If you’d like to collaborate with Satori Education on improving or optimising edtech in your setting then please get in touch with our expert team today on 0800 622 6283 or email us at

In the meantime, here’s more on how AI, like ChatGPT, can help reduce teacher workloads.